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The four associations of judges have issued a joint statement in which y argue that authorities that are driving 1-Or should not be obeyed because y have lost character of authority, that citizens do not have to obey laws of breaking and, finally, that judges ampararán to all who submit to law. So hold Professional Association of Magistracy, Association Francisco de Vitoria, Judges for Democracy and Forum Independent Judicial.
"An authority that consciously rebels against constitutional rule that legitimate lose character of authority and does not have to be obeyed. The disobedience that scorns legal standards that protect dissent, is not a heroic act but a totalitarian," says press release. They point out that laws of referendum and of transience "have no binding value whatsoever" and that his duty "is not implemented".
"The citizens are not required to comply with such laws or rules dictated in ir development," he continues. In regard to officials, he says, "have obligation of acting according to Constitution, and to provisions of constitution, in compliance with judicial resolutions and to provide collaboration required for its implementation".
The judges conclude by ensuring that both staff and citizens in general "you will find shelter and response in Courts before any action to implement or enforce provisions suspended or declared void". In that same line, uttered by president of Supreme Court and CGPJ, Carlos Lesmes, at recent Opening ceremony of Judicial Year. "No one will suffer by enforcing law," he said in his speech before King.